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Media hype aside, this is not the worst fire season ever
In an alternate universe, the July 13 issue of The Journal looks very different to the actual one.
Readers write about keeping fire hazards down, and why the Ashcroft Hospital closed during the fire.
Thank you for fire assistance, and it’s the same old song of party politics.
When it was thought me might have to evacuate, three special mementoes were pulled off the shelf.
Every time we hear a siren or smell smoke, we get nervous. That’s completely understandable.
Readers write with thanks from the Ashcroft Legion and thoughts on carbon taxes.
John Horgan government pleases labour, environmentalists
There was a flurry of rumour, speculation, and misinformation during and after the fire.
Andrew Weaver’s climate change claim doesn’t match reality
Jeyes praises the many people and organizations that have stepped forward to help.
Urban environmentalists have occupied the NDP
We missed seeing you here during the election, so feel free to visit anytime you want.
The potential effects of continuing not to act have grave implications for the planet.
John Horgan, Christy Clark posture on poltical donations
New technology is great; too bad it doesn’t come with a manual, leaving users in the dark.
A reader writes to express her appreciation for new technology preserving our history.